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In Sullivan Square, big changes coming before the BPDA this week

The Boston Planning and Development Agency board is set to vote on two major projects and a master plan for fast-changing Sullivan Square.


Home of the Week: In Northborough raised ranch, ‘76 gets eighty-sixed

Property comes with three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a decidedly upscale mountain retreat feel.

As progressives split on rent control tactics, ballot campaign pushes ahead

A progressive state lawmaker is forging ahead with a bid to bring rent control back to Massachusetts — despite opposition from within his own movement.

Affordable housing in the Seaport? That’s the plan.

Massport has tapped a Boston-based developer to build a 200-unit, income-restricted apartment building on a Massport site on D Street.

Demand for life sciences lab space has slowed in Boston area and nationally, report says

Real estate giant JLL depicted an overbuilt market that is forcing building owners, who only recently commanded top dollar for premium lab space, to reduce rents and scramble for tenants.

New Volpe Transportation Center opens as part of $750 million deal between MIT and feds

The new transportation center is the first building to open in a mixed-use development in Kendall Square that will include research labs, retail, affordable housing, and open space.

Home prices are dropping in some places. Not Greater Boston.

August was one of the slowest months for the region’s housing market in recent decades, but our housing shortage is so acute that prices are still near record highs.

One Congress, Boston’s newest skyscraper, makes its debut

State Street Corp. will eventually occupy 27 floors across the 43-story, 1 million-square-foot skyscraper, and law firm K&L Gates and software company InterSystems will also call the tower home.